1) Fill a clean litter box with 3 inches of litter. For multiple cats or big-boned cats, use more. 2) Scoop twice daily. 3) Refill to maintain a 3 inch level of litter goodness.
1) Too much of a good thing is not always a good thing, so scoop litter clumps into the toilet, but not so much that it overflows. 2) Let clumps sit for 20 minutes (this allows them to break up and become easier to move through your septic system.) 3) Flush!
Frequently Asked Questions
Is sWheat Scoop biodegradable?
100%. sWheat Scoop’s all-wheat, renewable formula is Mother Nature approved!
Can sWheat Scoop be used for other purposes?
We do not recommend using sWheat Scoop for anything but cat litter.
How should my sWheat Scoop be stored?
sWheat Scoop must always be stored in a cool, dry place. For best results, store unused product in a closed bag or container.
Can I flush sWheat Scoop down the toilet?
sWheat Scoop is flushable. It is our recommendation that you break clumps into smaller pieces, and let them soak for 20 minutes before flushing. For landfill-friendly trash disposal, please use a paper bag. (Note: California residents should NOT flush any litter down the toilet according to CA Law.)
What’s the best way to transition my cat to sWheat Scoop?
Because sWheat Scoop looks and feels like most traditional litters, cats tend to accept it without much fuss. Here’s our 2-step process. * Fill your empty litter box with 3 inches of sWheat Scoop, and pour 1 inch of your current brand on top. * Repeat this process when you change the litter, but only add a half-inch of the other brand.
Is sWheat Scoop tested on animals?
sWheat Scoop is tested with simulated urine, so no animals are used while testing our products.